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Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For July 6, 2011 – President Barack Obama to host Twitter town hall, Facebook to make 'awesome' announcement, Rupert Murdoch's tabloid involved in scandal, Roger Clemons' perjury trial to begin and what's next for Casey Anthony?
• What's next for Casey Anthony: "Don't be surprised if Casey Anthony walks out of jail a free woman after her sentencing Thursday, legal experts say. And, they add, there is nothing stopping her from cashing in on book or movie deals - as her acquittal on serious charges now means she is free to profit off her story."
• Obama's Twitter town hall to focus on economy, jobs: "President Barack Obama will answer questions about the economy and jobs Wednesday during his first Twitter town hall meeting. But the president, known for his oft- lengthy responses to the shortest of questions, will not be confined to Twitter's 140-character limit. He is verbally answering questions from Twitter users, who were urged to use the hashtag #AskObama."
• Facebook to make 'awesome' announcement: "Facebook has scheduled a Wednesday news conference to announce the launch of what it termed "something awesome." The leading theory is that the company will unveil a video-chat feature powered by Skype."
• Tabloid may face probe in hacking claim: "A scandal around media baron Rupert Murdoch's flagship British Sunday tabloid widened Wednesday, with the father of a bomb victim saying his phone may have been hacked and Prime Minister David Cameron calling the allegations 'absolutely disgusting.'"
• Roger Clemons' perjury trial to start Wednesday: "Jury selection will begin on Wednesday in U.S. v. Roger Clemens, a trial that could close the door on the steroid era in baseball and lead to arguably the best pitcher in the last 30 years being sentenced to prison."
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